2023 Volunteer Schedule

Whether we are together under the stars at camp again, giggling and singing together online, or feeling the warm hug of togetherness opening a Joy, Delivered box, we know: Camp brings us together in all kinds of remarkable, magical ways. Are you ready to join us in 2023?


Three-day sessions for campers ages 5-17, and their families. The COVID-19 vaccine is required for Family Camp attendance for those who are eligible to receive it.

Session 1

August 4-6

Type I Diabetes, Moderate to Severe Asthma, Lung Disease

Session 2

August 25 – 27


Session 3

September 8 – 10 

Cancer, Brain Tumors, Acquired Immunodeficiency, Bone Marrow Transplant, Blood Disorders

Session 4

September 22 – 24

Epilepsy, Epidermolysis Bullosa

Session 5

September 29 – October 1

Gastrointestinal Disorders, EoE, Liver Disease, Liver Transplant, Kidney Disease, Kidney Transplant, Weight Related Diagnosis (BMI >95%)              

Session 6

October 20 – 22

Congenital or Acquired Heart Disease, Heart Transplant



All campers (ages 5-17) and their families, regardless of diagnosis and regardless of in-person participation, are welcome to sign up Online sessions.


The Joy of Painting Club: Thursdays from 7-8PM MST | September 7, 14, 21, 28
Have you ever seen a painting and thought, “I could do that!” Or “I want to learn how to do that!” Well, now you can! Join us for The Joy of Painting Club to learn new techniques and styles of painting and to show us your creative genius! See you in September! 🙂



Interested in applying? Click here to learn more.


Five-day sessions for campers ages 7-17. To attend Summer Camp, campers must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19.

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All campers (ages 7-17) and their siblings, regardless of diagnosis and in-person participation, are welcome to sign up for Summer Camp Online.

Come back for 2024 dates!  


apply as a camp session volunteer

Click to view our safety policies for the 2023 season.

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To learn more, contact the Volunteer Admissions Team at or 970.524.CAMP(2267).

“We saw a lot of campers realize they are not alone. One child was uncomfortable taking medications at dinner and the next day, she realized that everyone was taking medications. And it opened conversations among the kids about having asthma, food intolerances, etc.  They all realized they are not alone. It was incredible to see.” – 2022 Camp Session Volunteer

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